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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSOAY, MAHCH 5, 1!>1X THE Lli'l IIBHIDGI: DAILY HKKALD PAGE NINE New Outer Garments Arriving Every Day Garments* of the better class that appeal to women of refinement and g � : > * * * � > > ^ � ** * � > : > > ? v : : �> > > t Three hundred wealthy Now York women have gone on a diet for the duration of the war. We do not question the purity of their patriotism and hope they will stick to it bettor than when it was merely for the sake of their figures. * * � Among the recipients of the "Order of the British Empire" Is Mrs. Amy V'omeroy for 'executing a task requiring exceptional courage and self sacrifice. This task was assisting her husband to invent the bullet, which, it is asserted, largely ended the Zeppelin | menace. "Our children give themselves thai that we may live Tnliurt behind the thunder of the gllllS, I In 11 so great a thing that we should | give ; A little from our store to serve our our sons'.'" *   > : * : >> * m Mr. J. It. Turner, who used to manage the Majestic came down here with the veterans of Calgary to help them put on their play before a Lethbrldge audience. * *  Mrs. C. E. Cameron, has gone to Sundial where she will remain tor the smumer.    An English correspondent writes: "1 had the pleasure of a little chat today with Brigadier General J. S. Stewart. M. L. A., of Lethbrldge. who is spending a few days' lea^e in London. After two and a halt years in Prance, General Stewart is at present in command of the 3rd Canadian Division Artillery in the Field and has become almost as well known-in military circles on this side of th_e water as lie was amongst his friends and ac-(iquaintanees in Alberta.. He is spoken of as "outstanding" in quarters of command, as "always on the job" by officers under him and as "straight with himself and human with his men" by a member of the Division who knows him well. Certainly his latest promotion has brought satisfaction lo all who have ever come in contact with him. General Stewart has been completing arrangements for the return of a brother, broken in the war, to Canada, and will rejojiu nl� unit, in France in a couple of days." The brother mentioned Sb K. P. Stewart, former principal of the Central School. AN OPEN INVITATION TO THE LADIES OF LETHBRIDGE Will you have a cup of Tea with us? Really you should take this opportunity of testing BRAID'S BEST TEA (Pure Ceylon) WE SHOULD FEEL HONORED AT YOUR ACCEPTANCE AND FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE HAVE ARRANGED THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM FOR OUR DEMONS" RATOR-- H. A. McKillop Company. George Kerr & Company Hudson's Bay Company. Monday, March 4 . . Tuesday, March 5 . . Wednesday, March 6 Thursday, March 7 . Friday, March-A'.-'i . Saturday, March 9 . From Monday, 11th to Saturday, 16th . . BRAID'S BEST TEA IS PURE CEYLON. USE IT, "MORNING, NOON AND NIGHT."  : : *> > * CLUBS AND SOCIETIES > The Ladies' So'teiy in Ihe I!, of L. IV and K. will meet in the !. O. O. K. hall Wednesday evening, March : > > ? > : ' THE VOLUNTEER ? One of the biggesl boosts .to the cause of the Allies in their fight for freedom and democracy is "The Volunteer," the new four act play of Canadian military life, written by Sergeant G. "D. Gittus, which was presented at the Majestic Theatre last night by a company of returned veterans, all 'or whom have seen service 'in France. With unnecessary "dramatics," ' the play is simply a page from the life of th>s ordinary Canadian raw recruit, from the day the "rookie" joins up to the culmination of his successful res-cud of his wounded chum "out there." With interesting realism we see the (various stages of military life; the recruiting station; the making of a man into a soldier, the journey across the broad Atlantic; the arrival in France; the advance to the frone line trenches; the big buttle; the flares; searchlights; bombs; gas;; bombardment; the retreat to the chateau^ the realistic scenes of N'o Man's Land"; and the final heroic, rescue of the wounded hero. Sergeant G. D. Gittus, the authur, himself plays one ot the leading characters, that of the recruit, Matt Murphy. Space will not permit of individual mention of the many real life heroes who are seen in the play, but worthy mention must be made of the entire company, who although we now Bee them in the parts of the play as mere puppets and actors in a stage drama, have all actually been partici -pants in the greatest real life drama in the world's history-the Great War. Lethhridge should turn out in force tonight to the Majestic to give these boys the welcome they so jujst-ly deserve. If Lethhridge fails 4 LMOST everything you eat nowadays costs l\ more than it used to-except FRY'S COCOA. Here, at the same price, you get the fine, rich, delicious nourishment that has made FRY'S famous for 200 years. The manufacturing process being exclusive, the result is a Cocoa of exquisite flavour, very soluble and economical. Your money can hardly buy' an equal quantity of nourishment in any other food. You can easily prove this by getting a tin of FRY'S to-day. Child's Black Kid Button or Lace Boots Welted soles and cushion insoles. Developer last. Sizes 4 to 7V Regular to $3.00. Wednesday & 'I'hursday 1.59 IZE Child's Black Kid Button or Lace Boots Same an  above in sizes 8 to Itl'/j. Regular $3.50. o *)q Wednesday it Thursday �i�J* Some who sat. near us almost went off their heads. After some of the especially brilliant, numbers, they beat their hands to a red rawness, they even embraced each other as you j see men do at baseball matches when Charley B. makes a home run. They seemed perfectly unconscious of anybody else bit. Heifetz and themselves. A little to one side of us sat a dowager in ft gorgeous evening gown, her hair banded by a diamond ribbon. In one of Ihe most beautiful passages, where you could have beard u pjii drop. 1 happened to see her counting '.he lights in ihe building. She finished with the ceiling and passed lo the' side lights. There are lights and lights. ; They told us .coining out a [little Jewish girl who bad bought .standing i room had fainted from exhaustion and excitement before- she could hear it all. Somehow it's-a-funny-old world-. Herpetz's last encores were given with (he whMe ivudiencc standing. We left our seats- and moved with many others in a circle around the stage. Yes. he did smile once, that was just before bis last encore, lie locked into all the eager up-turned faces that were watching him and then as it dawned on him what he would play he smiled n wonderful roguish smile. I don't know yet what il was he played. Nobody else seems to know. I swear he learnt it from Pan in some, enchanted Russian forest. There was magic in il and we still felt quite giddy when we reached ihe open uir. Good-bye dear Dory Ann. THE DETROIT CRICKET. I 100 Brass Telescope Sash ^ Rods Kxleiidiiiff from 30 inches to a-l inches. Worth today 35c. Special. Wednesday and -s rw Thursday.............. lUC I 20 dozen Only, Best Quality Mercerized Damask Table Napkins "�1x31. Hemmed ready for use. Conventional designs. Regular ?fi.on dozen. Wed- o qq nesday & Thursday, doz. 300 Yards, All Linen Tea Toweling Plain and with red border. Cannot he purchased wholesale today at any price. 1 o 1 Wed. and Thurs.. yard Crown Syrup in "Perfect Seal" Quart Jars Holds 3 lbs. syrup - when empty use for preserves. CR0WNJBRAND -the pure, whojesome tabls syrup, with the -delightful flavor. Also sold in 2, 5, 10 .nd 20 pound tins-at all groceri. Write for tree Cook Book. 1 the: canua starch co. limited. MONTREAL. It The Greatest Problem in Dentistry HPO our way of thinking after over eighteen years constant, daily practical experience, the greatest problem in dentistry today is that of securing the comfort and ease of the patient. That we have solved the problem is indicated by our we!! known statement- Dentistry as We Practice it is a Gentle Art Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethhridge Hotel, Lethhridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK Boys' Navy Blue Serge Sailor Suits In short nr long trousers. An Knglish cloth of splendid wearing qualities. Sizes to 28. Regular to ?li.ou. "Wednes- a try day and Thursday..... fr�^tl Something Everybody Needs Flannelette Pyjamas Sizes 7 to lb years. A nice, medium weight and good wear. Regular $1.25. Wednesday � iMO�iriii "'liwii wi imi JWmii 11 89 c Don't Forget Thursday is the last day of the Special Sale in our 'Dept. Economize on your spring requirements -I ;